Is it truly fixed?

Remember back in August 2018 when people got tired of the bugs and hackers in PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds? If you haven’t been up with the news, there was a campaign called Fix PUBG – a project that would focus on the biggest bug fixes, filtering out hackers especially in China, and the overall optimization for both PC and Xbox One.

According to a press release they made on November 18, 2018, the game is finally fixed according to the Executive Producer of PUBG Corp., Taeseok Jang.

“At first, this is likely to slow down our build cadence,” Taeseok said in an interview with Polygon, “but as these processes become more proficient, we hope to provide new content as fast as before, while maintaining our new stability and quality-first goal.”

“We acknowledge that in this process, we have overlooked issues that matter to you and we have reflected a lot on our mistakes.”

While they do claim that the campaign is finally over, that still doesn’t mean they’ll go on a full-stop on fixing the game. In the future, they’ll just be tacking minor bugs and glitches that would be persistent in the future and will now move forward into adding more content to the game as well as optimizing it for the PS4 version.

PUBG poor optimization

Missing textures from the Xbox One version

Past issues from major bugs to abundant cheaters

PUBG has received a lot of controversies since its release last year due to many of the game-breaking bugs and annoying Chinese players that kept on invading both US and EU servers. You know, that “CHINA NAMBA WAN” thing. Not only are most players annoyed by the Chinese “invaders” but there have been frequent cheaters in the game too.

Just look at the compilation of these h4ckermunz courtesy of BasildoomHD:

The Xbox One fiasco

Speaking of which, remember when PUBG released the Xbox One version and it was god-awful to look at? It makes a Todd Howard game look like a fine-ass stable game compared to what PUBG Corp. has released.

Want to see what I’m talking about? Yeah just take a look at what CrowbCat about the release. It’s everything you need to know.

Now with PUBG Corp. claiming that they’ve finally addressed all major bugs in the game as well as putting out a PS4 version that most gamers are skeptical about, what do you think about their decisions? Have you been playing PUBG recently and found no more major bugs? Let us know in the comments below!